About Work & Witness
Work & Witness began in the 1970s with a group of concerned laymen who wanted to do something to meet the needs they saw around them. Although they did not claim to have a call to traditional career missionary service, they weren't content to remain home praying and giving to the work that missionaries were doing. They also wanted to offer the expertise and skills they possessed to contribute to the mission work in personal, hands-on ways.
In 1984, this grassroots movement became an official short-term mission opportunity called Work & Witness.
Self-funded teams of as few as two people travel to a site to help with construction, medical, technical, and evangelistic needs for up to 21 days. Churches from many different nations participate each year.
Learn more: workandwitness.org.
“The house is small, but the heart is big.”